Theatre: Dues

Pins and Needles is the Labor Stage revue that opened in Manhattan as a week-end show, became such a success that it is now playing nightly to a packed house. Its amateur cast was recruited entirely from members of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, a potent part of C. I. 0. Actors' Equity is a member of the rival A. F. of L. Last week A. F. of L.'s Equity claimed Pins and Needles' C. I. 0. amateurs as full-fledged, money-making actors, will bill them for dues ($6 to $18 annually). To keep their C. I. 0. standing,...

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